The Houston Journal of International Law invites the submission of manuscripts. The Houston Journal of International Law is a scholarly law journal that is edited, managed, and published wholly by its student members. The Journal welcomes submissions related to international law that are of all lengths, as it maintains neither page-count requirements nor limitations. Please keep in mind, however, that most articles that the Journal publishes are approximately 10,000–25,000 words in length, including footnotes (i.e., approximately 20–60 publication-formatted pages, including footnotes).
Submissions are needed for Issue 2 and 3 and we are searching for articles regarding oil and gas, environmental law, space law, privacy rights in technology, and nexus of constitutional rights in international law. If your article is chosen, it will be published in Spring or Summer 2024 and will start undergoing the editing process. Please be aware that HJIL does not accept papers submitted from law students at other schools.